Barbados Architecture, Lesser Antilles Buildings, Caribbean Projects, Architect, Real Estate
Barbados Architecture : Lesser Antilles Buildings
Key Caribbean Architectural + Property Developments, West Indies
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Barbados is an island in the Lesser Antilles, southeast Caribbean, located quite far into the Atlantic from the main chain of islands including Dominica and Martinique.
We select the most important examples of Barbados Architecture.
Major Contemporary Barbados Buildings, alphabetical:
Kensington Oval cricket ground redevelopment – 3W’s Pavilion
Architects: Arup Associates
photograph © Christian Richters
Barbados Oval Stadium
West Indies cricket ground – Barbados Oval Stadium
U.S. Embassy in Bridgetown
photo from SGLA
US Embassy Barbados
The new U.S. Embassy in Bridgetown is part of a larger New Embassy Compound designed by Sorg Architects for the U.S. Department of State.
The new Embassy consists of a renovated existing five-story office building along with a new addition of similar scale, and is located on a dramatic site in Wildey, St. Michael, outside Barbados’ capital city, Bridgetown.
In response to the challenging site and Department of State security requirements the design concept combines prevalent vernacular architectural styles with local materials and modernist forms to create architecture that both reflects important elements of its local context and serves as a symbol of U.S. democratic ideals. The new Embassy’s hinged form connects public and private functions with a smaller centerpiece and creates a welcoming and graceful American diplomatic presence on the island.
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image courtesy of dbox
Buildings in countries close to Barbados
King Edward VII Memorial Hospital Site, Bermuda
Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
picture from architect
Bermuda Hospital Building
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